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Teaching Keyboarding -- When? Why? How?
"Many teachers think it takes nothing to teach keyboarding, but they are wrong," said teacher Carla Cruzan. "Can anyone teach a science or math course?" Are you a classroom teacher who is also the keyboarding instructor? Then discover in this article everything you need to know to make keyboarding instruction a success!

Keyboarding Skills: When Should They Be Taught?
With an enormous computer presence in schools, the question is no longer whether to teach keyboarding but when to teach it.

New Keyboard Opens the World of Computers to Young Children
The letters are in alphabetical order, and the big keys of My First Keyboard are perfect for preschoolers small hands. Also, when should children be taught keyboarding skills and techniques?